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Apr 1, 2022 Greg Carr
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This show was put together from records found in a dust-covered box, on the top shelf  of one of KFAI's record shelves. I real nice mish-mash of tunes. Check out the Dig Up the Roots blog for more information.
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Dig up the roots
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Apr 1, 2022 Greg Carr
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Eddie Sauter was a trumpet player, but most notably an arranger with a unique sense of what a tune should sound like. If modern jazz was moving in this direction (hold one of your arms out) Eddie was moving, with no uncertainty, in the opposite. Interested in every sound and piece, Sauter developed interesting and unique ways of physically locating people in recording sessions (before the days of numerous microphones and multi tracking) to isolate sounds and really bring out harmonics. On this...
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Dig up the roots
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Apr 1, 2022 Greg Carr
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Jazz quartets today. Starting with the misty cloudy sounds of Lester Young’s September In The Rain (which it was this morning) to the crazy frantic foolery of Slim Gaillard’s Atomic Cocktail and as many stops in between. Cool man, cool. Find out more at the Dig Up the Roots blog.
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Dig up the roots
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Apr 1, 2022 Greg Carr
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On todays show we heard a bunch (30!) tracks taken from 78 RPM records I recently got at a flea market. I went to a flea market recently and found 50 78’s for $35.00 – I turned down the booth owners request for me to buy all 1000 plus though. Everything I played today, except the last two records, I bought at this sale. The music in this show ranged from country fiddling to Hawaiian influenced pap to some really hot jazz to what was supposedly comedy (Rural Monologue with Violin Specialty)....
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Dig up the roots, 78 rpm
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Mar 31, 2022 Greg Carr
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Do you wanna’ JUMP children? If the answer is yes, then this was the place to be! 2 hours of honking, pounding, jump blues from 1949 – 1954. Listen in and get a brief listen into and an idea of one of the foundations of where R-N-R came from. Fast loud horns, pianos pounded so hard it’s a wonder they’ve still got all the keys. Vocals with a fury that couldn’t just be sung, they needed to be shouted! Jump blues came bubbling over the top of the stew pot that was post WWll America. A...
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, dig up the roots
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Feb 28, 2022 Greg Carr
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A portion of my Sound Collage performance from 2008, recorded at the U MN, Sixth Annual Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts. I was using my Ancient Mix-Master. A two turntable, three tone-arm DJ case from the late 1930's, and an Echoplex. "This event featured performances, installations and lectures by internationally recognized creators, scholars, and performers of new media art and music."... and I was there too. Performers were invited to submit ideas for papers for the...
Topics: Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Spark festival, sound collage
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Dec 21, 2021 Greg Carr
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This show was curated by cartoon historian, Tim Fay, and marks the second time that he was a guest DJ. The first time was music from the 1920's & 1930's. This time it is music from, inspired by and cashing-in on the cartoon / pop-music crossovers of the 1960's & 1970's. Listen to the first show with Tim here.
Topics: KFAI, dig up the roots, Tim Fay, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, cartoon music
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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This is the 29th and last, one-hour presentation of Technological retreat Sound Collage audio mixes. The material was finite to begin with, and here it is.  Thank you all for participating in this experiment. Find the other episodes here .
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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The Technological Retreat radio show excerpts presented here originally aired in June, August and September of 1989. I’ve been presenting these sound collages – radio mixes, in chronological order, for the most part throughout the series of 28 podcasts. I wanted to preserve that particular flow of time. However, all the good, bad and ugly things that exist in time, run out of it eventually. Whatever “It” maybe, it is finite. In one of the mixes included I announce the upcoming end of...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Time to take a Technological Retreat into a few summer nights of July and August, 1989. It sure seemed like a hot time in the ol’ town those nights. The first piece contains a lengthy spot with some of KFAI’s notoriously wacky radio theatre producers for an upcoming epic evening of programming entitled “Weather Proof Windows of the Mind”. It was bittersweet finding this piece because it contains, among others, the talents of Jerry Modjeski – a long time KFAI talent, good friend and...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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This is what the world sounded like to me, and now you can hear it too. Welcome to the 26th Technological Retreat podcast. This show is from two nights in June of 1989, the 11th & 19th, and from what I can tell by listening in, I was having a pretty good time 32 years ago this month. Two of the three mixes are over 20 minutes each, the second one nearly 30 minutes long, so you can really hear and feel how the weird could stretch out through the night. The first mix is a sorta jazz salad...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the 25th Technological Retreat podcast. These radio recordings are from April, May and June of 1989. While listening through and editing these recordings I’ve sometimes been completely stumped as to what the hell I’m listening to. I was recording (pirating) so many sounds from so many media sources: Cable and broadcast T.V. & broadcast and shortwave radios. I’d also make recordings of family vacations like most people took pictures. We hear some fragments of these too,...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the 24th Technological Retreat podcast. These radio recordings are from March and April of 1989. Among other samplings and soundscapes are some recordings made at amusement parks while on a family vacation. Another neat surprise is a long promo for the KFAI show Little City in Space. The (very) creative forces behind Little City in Space were very kindred spirits of mine. KFAI has always been very supportive of and has had an exceptional edge of weird in its programming, and I’m so...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the 22nd Technological Retreat podcast. All of the mixes in this program are from February of 1989. One of them contains the station ID from the previous show “Baghead Dreams”, with Steve and Graham. I was fortunate that I enjoyed the company of the DJs before and after my show. One of the many enjoyable parts of this overall project has been finding recordings of people and bands talking. Listening back, it seems like this was a noisy month. Like everything is in motion kind of...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the 23rd Technological Retreat podcast. February and March of 1989 are presented to you in all their fuzzy, buzzy and scuzzy late-night glory. Some of these mixes are 10 minutes or so, really giving the mixes a chance to stretch and change and do all those things. Find the other episodes here .
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the 21st episode of the Technological Retreat podcasts. All of the mixes in this program are from January of 1989. Exciting news is presented on KFAI’s “Brand New”, AP news machine. The kind of thing that used to continually print the news on a long roll of paper. This episode starts with a remix made of me that some listeners under the name of “Circle of Bring” sent in. Find the other episodes here .
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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These eight recordings are from November and December of 1988. This episode also wraps up the calendar year of available recordings. Now on to 1989! There are some little quiet sound mixes in here. There’s some long and loud bombastic stuff too. Something I realized that I should share with the listening audience: All of the times and telephone numbers mentioned in these recordings are no longer correct, and you should not call-in or plan your day according to them. Thank you. Find the other...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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This forth episode of Technological Retreat features mixes from three nights in November of 1988. Lots of varied sounds that go around in this hour. Tibetan Monks & Humpback Whales in dub – Stravinsky & The Marx Brothers & John Michael Jarre fight it out – Muhamad Ali battles Mr Tooth Decay in an alternate reality – more media manipulations and somewhat witty banter. Thanks for tuning in and checking it out. Find the other episodes here .
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Technological Retreat, an audio experience like no other! This program contains 9 mixes and / or Sound Collages , five of which are over 9 minutes in length, so you can really hear ideas develop and change over longer periods. These sound collages are basically playing more than one thing at a time, often with audio effects. Remember that there is No Logic in technological. I would do this and also play sets of music. I mean, it was a five-hour program, that’s a lot of time.  For anyone from...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Technological Retreat was an experimental radio show and my experiments were the sound collages that I’d fill the airwaves with. This is the second episode in this set but the 16th, of 1-hour re-broadcasts. All of these sounds that you’ll be hearing were originally broadcast in October and November of 1988, somewhere in the middle of the night. During this period, I was making lots of background audio tapes of radios and TV flipping from channel to channel. Enjoying the static and...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 8, 2021 Greg Carr
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Several years ago, I digitized over 100 cassettes of these shows and have been taking the sound collages or mixes, and putting them together in 1-hour presentations. 15 of these programs are available on KFAI’s website and on Spotify. Now I’m here to announce more of the same! Sound collage is the live layering and mixing of different audio sources to create new pieces. Similar to the creation of a visual collage. Not an idea that I invented, but one I certainly played around with. My stuff...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 Greg Carr
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And the sounds keep coming. Podcast number 15 contains 5 mixes from 3 nights – and that equals 15…Three summer nights from 1988 to be exact. Listening in to these old radio shows again has been enjoyable. I’m actually impressed with how contemporary these sound collages sound. Maybe the noise in this world is finally catching up to the way the world sounded like to me back then. Listen in for spacey ethereal feedbackery, crazed dialog and a completely over the top homage to William...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 Greg Carr
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Hello and thanks for tuning in. Podcast 14 contains 3 minutes from July 4 th that didn’t fit in the last episode, and almost 56 minutes from August 22 nd. It sounds like there was a lot going on up in the studio that night. Lots of little sounds making bigger sounds in these long mixes. Listening to these shows again has reminded me of that unhindered creative energy I felt and how much fun it was to do these shows live. I hope you are enjoying these as well.  Find the other episodes here
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 1988
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Here is episode number 11, and like the number 11, these ones are fun. These recordings are from January 11 th , 23 rd , and February 22 nd , 1988. The set of voices beginning the second mix belong to Graham and Steve, the hosts from Baghead Dreams. Later on, in this episode I’m joined by my very good friend Alice Phoenix. Alice hosted and DJ’d a radio show focused on local, Minneapolis punk rock and all the variations thereof. It was called New Day Rising, after the Husker Du song and it...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 Greg Carr
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This is the tenth podcast in the series. Technological Retreat was 5 hours long and I spent a lot of time playing great music by itself which isn’t the focus of these podcasts, I’m focusing on the sound collage mixes that I think are worth listening to. The two included here are from January 11th, 1988, and are each about half an hour long. I was having fun that night and the mixes go all over the place. Thanks for coming back and stay tuned. We’re just scratching the surface. Find the...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 Greg Carr
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Podcast number 9 contains the final recordings from 1987. The first two mixes are from April 13th and were made for and given to my Mom for her birthday that year. Using a lot of the music she enjoyed from light jazz to classical to Broadway show tunes with a lot of messing around in between. I can’t imagine what her reaction could have been? “That’s really nice Greg, how about next time getting me another cat or a video tape recorder, hmm?” The other three mixes are from June 21st, and...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Aug 7, 2021 Greg Carr
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Within the 100 or so cassettes I have from this show, there are only 6 tapes from 1987 and mixes from three of those tapes are here, with a special bonus prize included. Mixes two through six in this podcast are all from one night, March 28, giving a nice example of different places I could go in one evening. Mix seven, the last in this episode is an unknown date and was featured on my first home made CD of this material, called “Music to Vacuum By”. Named for all those old, schmoozy...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Feb 14, 2021 Mark Masyga, Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle and Brian Anderson
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An undated edition of ZXQ Universe, a weird, late night radio show on KFAI, Minneapolis, MN. This fine example dates from the early 1990's.
Topics: Mark Masyga, Jerry Modjeski, KFAI, ZXQ Universe
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Ain’t no place like MOTOWN, but Northern England sure sounded close… The Motown sound makes me think of my early childhood, growing up outside Chicago and discovering radios. There is an optimism in these sounds for a world that could have/should have, but didn’t happen. We hit some of the hits but featured a lot of previously unreleased material from the literal basement vault of the early studio in Detroit. Stevie Wonder when he was 13, unissued tracks by the likes of The Velvelettes,...
Topics: Motown, Northern Soul, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Today on the show, we focused on Johnny Cash and his musical family. Some great recordings of June Carter Cash and the Carter family from a recent release called ‘Keep On The Sunny Side – June Carter Cash – Her Life In Music’. Joey, my son, brought in a sample of some of Mr. Cash’s later recordings that he likes: stripped down to a guitar and that craggled voice that transcends ages, like bedrock. We also featured the recent rerelease of the historic ‘Live At San Quentin’...
Topics: Cash, Carter, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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I’ve always liked Compilation records. Get the record because of one artist or song, and then, when lucky, you find those gems…Compilation records, sampler CDs, mix-tapes. These all hold the promise of the unknown. When I first started collecting records I would seek out compilations – often buying the recording for one or two songs that I knew of, but really looking forward to the unknown. Today’s show represents a small varied sampling of these collections. Early blues on Yazoo, jazzy...
Topics: Compilation, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Today’s music was focused, primarily, on a several year period in the mid to late 1930’s. We heard two hours’ worth of some great early swing music, before it became the treacle covered sentimental journey of an overplayed nostalgia soundtrack. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: 1930s jazz, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Rummage sale 78 RPM records played live, with the Ancient Mix master. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: 78 RPM, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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A few recordings from collections of cylinders, Edison flat discs and other samples and examples of early 20th century recordings. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: Cylinders, flat discs, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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This show, featuring cylinder and piano roll recordings, focused briefly on pioneering recordings of Black American performers. Minstrel and vaudeville; Tin Pan Alley, Gospel, and what some consider the first jazz recordings. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: Cylinders, Piano Rolls, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Good mellow foggy jazz music to match a mildly overcast yet pleasant morning. Visit the Dig Up the Roots blog for playlists and more information.
Topics: Jazz, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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Jug bands from the 1920's & 1930's. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: Jug Bands, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Dec 13, 2020 Greg Carr
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NYC Hot Jazz from the 1920's & 1930's. Visit the  Dig Up the Roots blog  for playlists and more information.
Topics: Hot Jazz, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots
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Sep 13, 2019
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Aug 4, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the Thirteenth Technological Retreat podcast. Thanks for staying tuned and coming back. The five mixes presented here are from July of 1988. The first two are from the fourth and the other three from a tape that just says July ’88. This episode is action packed and full of nuts: Angry self-help teachers, freaked-out religious fanatics in DUB, classical nightmares and helpful literary advice from Captain Caffeine, among other late-night tales. Find the other episodes here
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Jun 29, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the twelfth Technological Retreat podcast. The original broadcast dates of these four mixes were from March and June of 1988, and overall give me the feeling of Celestial Chatter . AKA, what the world sounded like to me back then. Imagine if you will, on your cosmic radio the badly tuned-in music of the spheres passing through and passing out of our solar system, riding sound waves on an audio cycle always heading out. Or imagine whatever you like while you stay tuned and listen...
Topics: Technological retreat, Sound Colage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Apr 26, 2019 Greg Carr
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Proceed with Caution! Episode 7 contains volatile and unstable recordings from a significant part of KFAI’s history, covering the time that we first went Station 2 Station. The first recording is from May 26 th of 1986, and was my last broadcast from KFAI’s first physical home, which was in the tower of the Walker Church. The next two recordings are from June 1 st , and are from my first show in our then new home on Lake Street, which was known at the time as the Butler Drug Building. The...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Apr 16, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to another Technological Retreat podcast, available now in convenient travel size packages. This is the sixth trip into what the world sounded like to me, a melodic noise. This episode features mixes from two nights in May of 1986, the 5 th and the 12 th . What many people don’t realize is that May 5 th is Shoe Day, and we are fortunate enough, perhaps, to have this aural documentation of what a typical, late 20 th century shoe day celebration sounded like. For more information about...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Apr 3, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the fifth episode of the Technological Retreat podcasts. I’m presenting these radio mixes in chronological order with exceptions, like the first mix in this program. This tape was undated but begins with an early Reel to Reel tape loop experiment from 1985. Using Ravi Shankar’s voice, then repeating it into itself while manipulating speed. The other three mixes are from March 17 th , March 23 rd , and April 21 st , 1986, and contain strangely meditative sounds, some nice...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Mar 4, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the fourth episode of the Technological Retreat webcasts, where I’m presenting the Sound Collages or live radio mixes that I enjoyed making in the late night of the 20 th century. The first mix from February 17 th 1986 features a long example of Sound Mobile recordings in the background. The Sound Mobile was in my basement at the time and was like a giant wind chime that you could walk through. Bicycle frames, tanks and resonant metal things hanging from the ceiling by guitar and...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Mar 1, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the third episode of the Technological Retreat webcasts, where I’m presenting the Sound Collages or live radio mixes that I was making in the middle of the night back in the late 1980’s. One of the things I enjoyed most about late-night radio was the creative freedom. More often than not, the radio stations were just thankful to have people up there let alone caring what they did as long as it followed FCC guidelines and decorum of course. This was before the age of robot DJ’s...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Mar 1, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to the second episode of the Technological Retreat podcasts, presenting the live radio mixes that I referred to as Sound Collages. That’s what I called these mixes, but I don’t think I necessarily invented the term. I had done late night radio in college before moving to Minneapolis in 1985 and enjoyed having a lot of time to play a lot of different music. Having an overnight show on KFAI allowed me to stumble through and experiment with this style of sound and to be able to really...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Mar 1, 2019 Greg Carr
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Welcome to episode one of the Technological Retreat webcasts, with three of the Sound Collages that I spun into the night. This begins with a station ID and two mixes from January Thirteenth, 1986. The station ID and intro are done by Larry Englund, recently departed and much-loved person within KFAI. This recording was made when KFAI used a boombox to record air checks with. It sounds like it wasn’t tuned in very well that night. This first mix began around 2:20 AM, the second mix featured...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, Experimental Radio, Greg Carr, KFAI, Mr Gosh
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Feb 10, 2019 Greg Carr
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Doc Rock presents a tribute to George Jones on (what was) his, George's, 75th birthday. Please check out the Dig Up the Roots blog for more information.
Topics: KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Doc Rock, Greg Carr, Dig Up the Roots, Doc Rock, Greg Carr
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Sep 20, 2018
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A tribute concert by Jack Norton and the Fickle Shitts for Freddie "Schnickle Fritz" Fischer. Recorded at the Winona Art Center, Winona , MN, 2004. Jerry Modjeski was the host, presenting historical background on Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher, 1904 - 1967. This event was recorded at the Winona Arts Center in Winona, MN on June 12, 2004.
Topic: Freddie Fisher, Schnicklefritz, Schnickle Fest, Jack Norton, Jerry Modjeski, Winona Arts Center,...
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Jul 7, 2018 Greg Carr
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From a late summer night in 1986. An all over the map mix of 1960's era drum solos, freak outs, and musical mayhem. Masterminded by Enrico DeLorian, AKA Polar Bear. Mixed live by Greg Carr on his late night radio program Technological Retreat , KFAI Minneapolis, MN.
Topics: Technological Retreat, Mr Gosh, KFAI
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Feb 12, 2018 El Colegio
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El Colegio radio play.
Topics: El Colegio, KRSM
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Dec 13, 2017 Mr Gosh
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A collection of late 1970's, UK Mod 45's. In high school, my friend Sam had all of these records and I recently found the tape that I made back then. Lots of very bright guitars but not the brightest lyrics. Music from bands included are: Secret Affair, Squire, Purple Hearts, The Chords, Lambrettas and Merton Parkas . A nice slice from a small piece of R-N-R history.  Please go to the Dig Up The Roots Mix Tape page for more information.
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Dec 11, 2017 Mr Gosh
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El Colegio live radio play.
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Sep 24, 2017 Mr Gosh
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Session 3
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Sep 13, 2017 Mr Gosh
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Second recorded session
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Sep 7, 2017 Mr Gosh
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First recorded practice session
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Aug 18, 2017 Greg Carr
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A listener request to hear Jimi Hendrix played backward. This show was recorded in 1989, before digital anything, so this request took some working out but was very straight forward to accomplish. I recorded the track in the stations production room on a Reel - Reel tape while something was playing live on air. When the recording was done, play the tape in reverse on that Reel. Easy and very cool.  Please check out the Technological Retreat blog.
Topics: Greg Carr, Technological Retreat, KFAI, sound collage, late night radio
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Jul 4, 2017 Greg Carr
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Air check recordings circa late 1990 - early 1991. These are from the international music radio program Musica Mundana, that I was hosting on alternate Sunday afternoons from 1990 - 1994. Two wonderful examples of what would happen when the love for my infant daughter and love of live radio met. 
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh
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Feb 2, 2017 Mr Gosh
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The first guest mixer mix tape in the series. This one made by A.M. in 1986 I believe. Lots of great recognizable and unrecognizable tunes here. Check out the Dig Up The Roots blog for more information.
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Feb 2, 2017 Mr Gosh
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The "Tape of Leisure" series were made during a period of time that was very stressful, when I lived in two places that were 150 miles apart. I'd spend 1/2 the week in one place, the other in the other. I made that 3+ hour drive twice a week and needed good music to listen, relax, focus and laugh too. More information is available on the Dig Up The Roots blog.
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Feb 2, 2017 Mr Gosh
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Another great old mix tape from 1983 or after, judging by the music and content. Check out the blog page for more information.
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Jul 21, 2016 Greg Carr
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Three year old Joey telling the story of Little Bunny Foo Foo with Transylvanian folk music in the background.
Topics: Mr Gosh, Dig up the roots, Greg Carr, Foo
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Dust off and dig out your New Years’ resolutions. The old year is history and the new dawn is breaking through the clouds. We here at Dig Up The Roots want to help you with your New Years Resolutions with the aid of old exercise, self improvement and instructional records... if you want and are willing to accept the help. We spend the program improving our cultural and social skills by learning to sing, speak effectively, play the blues, and a life long dream of my own come true! Co-Starring...
Topics: KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Self help, Fitness, Motivation
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Dec 2, 2015 Greg Carr
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This is the beginning portion of the theme from my old late night radio show - Technological Retreat . It was thirty years ago, November of 1985, that I began doing a late night radio show where I made sound collages. The live on-air mixing and layering of a wide variety of recorded material. It was a lot of fun. These mixes were not sample based, or dance oriented music, more like soundtracks.
Topics: Technological Retreat, KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Sound Collage
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Aug 29, 2015 Greg Carr
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Hijinks from Wall Street make us hope for the trickle down of Pennies From Heaven. The music played on this show, broadcast 09.30.2008 all dealt with double dealings and money. Check out the blog   for playlist information.
Topics: Financial Follies, Dig Up the Roots, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Greg Carr, Mr...
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Aug 21, 2015 Greg Carr
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Country dance tunes from many countries and many times. Step lively between the Morris Motors band and Blowzabella. From John Renborn to The Cock and Bull Band. We've got the traditional to the ridiculous and each one of 'em at least a toe tapper, if not an out right hip-swayer. Visit the Dig Up The Roots blog for playlist information.
Topics: KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, Country dance music
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Aug 10, 2015 Greg Carr
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What I call Sound Collage is a type of mixing that isn't dance or sample based, more like a soundtrack filling the canyons of your mind with aural cheese whiz and it's a lot of fun to do on late night radio! Mix 01: Saqqara Dogs / The Science of Sound / Raymond Scott / Evolution Control Committee Mix 02: Throbbing Gristle / Blueprint For Success / Korla Pandit / John Oswald These were broadcast 05/29/2015
Topics: Sound Collage, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, KFAI, Voice Cried Softly
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Mar 27, 2015 Greg Carr
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Al 'Jazzbo' Collins climbs up Ub Iwerks bean stalk. This is a copy of one of the first video mash-ups we did at the now closed Suburban World Theater cartoon brunch series. The free form style of Ub Iwerks' animation blends sooo well with the hip fairy tale telling of Al Collins and piano playing of Steve Allen, that at certain times the synchronicity is hard to believe. But believe it or not, I'm certain you will enjoy it. Please check out the Frames & Grooves blog for more information.
Topic: Video mashup, Jazzbo, Ub, Frames and Grooves
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Mar 23, 2015 Greg Carr
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A video mix around radio. This was used in our March 2015 Ukulele Alley show. Most of the video is from Internet Archive! Frames and Grooves is what we call ourselves when we perform.
Topics: Frames and Grooves, Mr Gosh, radio
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Mar 23, 2015 Greg Carr
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This is the video mix used for the audio freestyle portion of Ukulele Alley; a live, monthly variety show that stars a Ukulele puppet named Luke, and a live musical act. Mr Gosh is Luke's DJ friend and the Lady Miss Ian provides video content, much gleaned from these wonderful, vast, and continually surprising INTERNET ARCHIVE. We go under the name Frames & Grooves . The audio is provided by the Ancient Mix Master - a 2 Turntable, 3 Tone arm DJ set from the late 1930's.
Topics: Frames & Grooves, Ukulele Alley, Mr Gosh
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Mar 5, 2015 Greg Carr
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"The 1960's were like the 1990's if you were standing on your head." - Wavy Gravy. These two mixes were recorded in late 1985, on my old late night radio show - Technological Retreat. I liked to make Sound Collages - Soundtracks of the late night. My good friend Enrico Delorean (Not his real name from a long list of not real names) had wanted to do a 1960's drum-jam mix for years. This was a very fun and amazing night from a very long time ago.  Please visit the blog Rimes Of The...
Topics: Technological Retreat, KFAI, Sound Collage, Drum Jam, Greg Carr
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Mar 4, 2015 Greg Carr
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Doc Rock brought in a stack of Western Swing. In 1932, two young talented musicians named Milton Brown and Bob Wills were performing together in a radio band called The Light Crust Doughboys. These two would become the guiding forces of a highbred music later called Western Swing. This show featured some of the more prominent studio musicians who played with any number of touring and house bands in Texas, Oklahoma and the surrounding area of the SW. People like Roy Newman, Charles Mitchell and...
Topics: Western Swing, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Doc Rock, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Feb 16, 2015 Greg Carr
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Hotel orchestras, Waltzes, Fox Trots and more at 78 RPM.  When it’s 78 O’Clock, the past is always the present. This show was a sampling of lighter, pop music found on 78 RPM records. Groups like Herbert Gordon’s Adelphi Hotel Whispering Orchestra, The Manhatten Merrymakers, Horace Heidt and his Musical Knights and Nev Simons and his Ambassadors Of Note provide music suitable for either foreground or background. Nothing very stellar or memorable here, just great music to meander by....
Topics: 78 RPM, Dig Up the Roots, Hotel Orchestra, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh, KFAI, Dig Up the Roots, Hotel...
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Sep 20, 2013 Greg Carr
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This show from 11/23/2004 is a collection of Mood and Background music on 78 RPM records. This music was intended to be played with silent films and home movies and is is really delightful music. Unlike most music, these records weren't intended to be paid attention to, they were intended to enhance the movies being shown. So sit right down and let the movies of your mind go into full swing. This recording is from a cassette tape that was recorded at the wrong pitch (hopefully corrected) and...
Topics: 78 RPM, Dig Up the Roots, Mood Music, Background Music, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh
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Aug 31, 2013 Greg Carr
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A funny thing happened on the way to the radio station… Today's show was broadcast on 03/31/2009. I really enjoyed the April Fools shows, trying my best to pull a fast one on the listeners by playing and featured music making fun of other music and music that deserved to be made fun of. Jonathan & Darlene Edwards create music with more enthusiasm than talent and it shows up brilliantly. The Edwards, AKA Paul Westin and Jo Stafford reappear with the Natural and the Unnatural Seven. Slim...
Topics: Dig Up the Roots, KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh
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Aug 28, 2013 Greg Carr
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This genre seems to be one of those that time was trying to bury. We all know of Elvis, Gene, Jerry and the cast of characters with long sideburns and twisting hips. But there was an equally important (and far less supported) group of girls and young women trying to carve out a niche in the conforming 1950's. Ranging from cute Shirley Caddell's Big Bounce, to the terrifying Susan McCrory & The Cannibals' Rovin' Gal, to the sultry Kirby sisters' Blond In Red Velvet, and the weird Juke Box On...
Topics: Female rockabilly, Dig Up the Roots, KFAI, Greg Carr, Mr Gosh
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Aug 26, 2013 Greg Carr
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On this show from 02/03/2009, cartoon historian Timothy Fay talked about and played examples of classic cartoon music. "I've been a fan of cartoons and animation for as long as I can remember, and I recently had the pleasure of helping Dig Up the Roots host Greg Carr put together a program on music from the early days of animation. You'll hear songs from early Max Fleischer cartoons, including Popeye and Betty Boop, as well as some early jazz recordings (which the Fleischer's used without...
Topics: Cartoon music, Dig Up the Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr, KFAI
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Aug 25, 2013 Greg Carr
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More 78’s and audio excavations from Istanbul, brought to us by the Pepper Patriot. My guest, the Pepper Patriot, returned on this day to bring in more amazing and haunted sounds from Turkey, Serbia and Croatia. We hope that you enjoy this extra slice of ancient and contemporary tunes. “I was telling you about some 78′s I had collected in Istanbul: Halk Turkusu, or what I like to call Turkish blues; Sanat, or Turkish classical music done by Zeki Muren (the Turkish Liberace); Bengali film...
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Topics: Balkins, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Aug 24, 2013 Greg Carr
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Recorded in September of 2007, this show featured local accordionist, band leader and song collector Dan Newton . Dan brought in music by, compiled by or illustrated by Robert Crumb. From Crumb’s 1970's band The Cheap Suit Serenaders' to the actual 78 RPM recordings that inspired them. We heard some wonderfully delightful music. As a special treat, Dan also brought in a series of cassette tapes, with the hand written J-Cards, sent to Dan by Crumb. The tapes Dan brought in had great names:...
Topics: Dan Newton, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Aug 20, 2013 Greg Carr
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This radio show featured four of the biggest 78 RPM record geeks that I know (myself included). Listen in to some great music, lively and enjoyable conversations about record collecting, wonderful old machines and the passions for particular types of music that we each have. Please visit the blog to find out more about these events and to see some wonderful videos shot on location.
Topics: 78 RPM, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jun 26, 2013 Greg Carr
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Upper Midwestern polka bands from the 1940’s – 1970’s. Good time music from the heartland. This is a small portion from a collection of regional polka 78's and LP's. A few years before this program aired, 05-05-2009, a listener to the radio show called to tell me of a record collection on this new weird thing called Craig’s List (registered trademark). All of the music here is a small portion from that collection of 40+ 78 RPM’s and as many LP’s. North of White Bear Lake, 30 years...
Topics: Polka,, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jun 14, 2013 Greg Carr
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78 RPM records, LPs, and a few cassettes from Istanbul. Minneapolis based 78 RPM DJ and music fan Pepper Patriot brought in some circular treasures from his recent travels abroad to Turkey and the Balkans. “I was telling you about some 78's I had collected in Istanbul: halk turkusu, or what I like to call Turkish blues; sanat, or Turkish classical music done by Zeki Muren (the Turkish Liberace); Bengali film music featuring some amazing steel guitar; Moldovan and Georgian tunes on CCCP state...
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Topics: Balkins, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Apr 7, 2013 Rush, Loomis
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March 10, 2013 first pass PT6 Presentation recording
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Mar 21, 2013 Greg Carr
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The content of this show was found on Ten, 10 inch 33 1/3 RPM LPs from Brazil. These records were part of four boxes of mostly 78 RPM records from a collectorâs collection. The records are mostly from the 1940âs 1950âs. Sambas, Forro, Tangos and music that sounds like it could have been played in the best Dentist offices and elevators of Rio. To find out more and see the wonderful art work of the record jackets, please visit the blog at...
Topics: Brazil, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Mar 6, 2013 Greg Carr
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Doc Rock sat in in-studio today and, once again, blew our collective minds with an amazing show of very early gospel, minstrel, sacred and show music from the late 1890's thru the early 1930's. Doc’s knowledge and unique interpretation of music shines in this show from 2007. You will hear haunted and beautiful voices through hundred year old static / some of the earliest recorded examples of songs later made popular by the 60’s Folk and Rock scenes / Rock and Doo Wop styles decades before...
Topics: KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Doc Rock, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr, KFAI, Doc Rock, Greg Carr
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Feb 18, 2013 Hamilton Samich
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Chawin' on the paleo fat
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Feb 4, 2013 Greg Carr
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This radio show from 10.05.2004 featured DADA, Surrealist, Futurist and Fluxus recordings. Interviews with Duchamp, Bryon Gysin and others. Noise Machines, the art of noise, musique concrete, cut-ups and other conceptual sounds that go skreeeee in the night. Love them or hate them, these art freaks brought the 20th century kicking and screaming into modern times and forever changed and opened up the potential of art. Very happy to find and present this show again. For more information please...
Topics: DADA, Greg Carr, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots
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Feb 3, 2013 Greg Carr
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This very short recording of The Gate was made at an event at the old Walker Art Centerâs Gallery 8. The event was called Noise Spectrum and was curated by John Vance in 1998 â 99. A dozen or so noisy people got together and made a spectrum of noises. It was the last event held in the space before the renovation and expansion of the museum.The Gate is a heavy cast iron chain-link gate with a frame around it and was suspended from all four corners with a set of bass strings with a contact mic...
Topics: Greg Carr, The Gate, Sound Mobile
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Jan 24, 2013 Greg Carr
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Happy Pancake Day! Some people refer to this day as Mardi Gras. Go figure. 2 hours of Mardi Gras, 2 hours of tunes from, about it and in some way relevant to New Orleans. We heard Jelly Roll Morton talk about Mardi Gras and Indian songs he remembered from his childhood. Primordial jazz from the likes of Sam Morgan, Louis DuMaine and the Humphrey Brothers (Willie and Percy) blowin' down Jerico with The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. The Ancient Mix Master showed up with a few 78's. A great set on...
Topics: KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Doc Rock, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jan 23, 2013 Greg Carr
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Yiddish Swing Klezmer tunes. We played some swinging music from the European and Russian Jewish diaspora, mostly recorded in New York, but Wonderful melting pot sounds with the likes of the Merna Claire Barry - The Barry Sisters; Dave Tarras and The Yiddish Swingtette and the ballistic clarinet of Naftule Brandwein. For more information please visit the blog .
Topics: Yiddish swing, Dig up the roots, kfai, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jan 23, 2013 Greg Carr
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An all to brief listen in to the sounds of South African Jazz, Vaudeville and Rock 'N' Roll pioneers. The recordings ranged from 1930 to 1965; from the polished Elite orchestras of the cities clubs to rural village street recordings. Zulu miners phonetically singing in English trying to sound like Elvis (who was trying to sound like a Delta Blues man anyway - weird), tight vocal group harmonies, penny whistles galore, big band Latin and ska sounds. An incredible amount of diversity of...
Topics: South Africa, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jan 23, 2013 Greg Carr
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On todayâs show we heard a bunch (30!) tracks taken from 78 RPM records I recently got at a flea market. I went to a flea market recently and found 50 78's for $35.00 - I turned down the booth owners request for me to buy all 1000 plus though. Everything I played today, except the last two records, I bought at this sale. The music in this show ranged from country fiddling to Hawaiian influenced pap to some really hot jazz to what was supposedly comedy (Rural Monologue with Violin Specialty)....
Topics: 78 RPM, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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This radio show was recorded on January 16th, 2007. Dig Up The Roots broadcast on KFAI FM in Minneapolis / St. Paul from 2004 - 2010. It was a radio show that dug into the nether regions of roots music to present forgotten and neglected music from everywhere. On this show my guest was Doc Rock, and he brought up another great collection of old records. Talking blues, cheap thrills down on the farm, hillbilly hijinks and tall tales from the 1920's. Weird epic tales that span multiple 78 RPM...
Topics: Hillbilly, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Doc Rock, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr
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Jan 21, 2013 Greg Carr
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This interview was broadcast on Sunday June 03, 2007 on Radio K - 770 AM. Some Assembly Required was a Nationally syndicated show that was produced and hosted at the U of MN radio station. Hosted by Jon Nelson, the show featured Tape Manipulations, Digital Deconstructions and Turntable Creations. The interview is about my old radio show Technological Retreat, the CD release of material from that show and the current sounds I'm making with the Ancient Mix Master.
Topics: Mr Gosh, Technological Retreat, Some Assembly Required, Greg Carr
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Jan 21, 2013 Greg Carr
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Technological Retreat was on from 1-6 AM on Sunday night/Monday morning, late 1985 through late 1989. On KFAI in Minneapolis, broadcasting out of the belfry of the Walker church with more energy than the signal and physical building ever could handle. I made Sound Collages, the live layering and mixing of sounds. They could be moments or last for an hour or more. The mixes were not dance or sample based mixes, more like soundtracks or Mood Music on the edge. For more information please visit...
Topics: Technological Retreat, Sound Collage, KFAI, Greg carr, Mr Gosh
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Jan 20, 2013 Greg Carr
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This radio show was recorded on May 8th, 2007. Dig Up The Roots broadcast on KFAI FM in Minneapolis / St. Paul from 2004 - 2010. It was a radio show that dug into the nether regions of roots music to present forgotten and neglected music from everywhere. On this show my guest was Doc Rock, at that time in his late 60's and a life long lover of music. This is all his music. Yodeling from many times and places, traditional and experimental. Pygmies, Swiss, instructional, techno yodeling and early...
Topics: Yodel, KFAI, Dig Up The Roots, Doc Rock, Mr Gosh, Greg Carr